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Plessey Resistors

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1974. Cheney Manor, Swindon, Wilts SN2 2PZ. Business manager— A. Godfrey. Fixed resistors—wirewound, cermet, metallux; power cermet; potentiometers, spindle-operated cermet and moulded carbon tracks with optional power switches; professional r.f. circuit function chokes, special resistive elements, studio faders and attenuators; trimmer potentiometers — cermet, wirewound and moulded carbon track; nozzle position indicators; rectilinear potentiometers; conductive plastics. [1]

Part of the Plessey Interconnect division of Plessey Co

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Sources of Information

  1. FLIGHT International, 29 August 1974